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{holiday gift guide | editor’s picks : laily, new york}

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1. the east coast of the united states was recently devastated by hurricane sandy, and many people will still be without homes this christmas. CFDA and Vogue have teamed up with others in the fashion industry to raise funds with FASHION FOR SANDY RELIEF, an on-line auction at charitybuzz.com to raise funds for those impacted by the storm. all proceeds raised from the online auction will go to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and to other relief organizations in the tri-state area. i think an amazing holiday gift would be to bid on one of the auctions, for example, attending a fashion week show with anna wintour, touring the vogue offices and having lunch in the conde nast cafeteria.

2. since i can’t seem to get enough celine: this multicolor pony grey diamond bag is perfect for my winter wardrobe of greys and blacks

3. this ss13 valentino dress or this outfit for holiday soirees or basically anything from the collection

4. i’ve been lusting after this greta grossman grasshopper floor lamp for some time now

5. i’m totally obsessed with this stella mccartney bark texture jumper
 — it’s so soft and cozy and perfect for cold winter days out and about in the city

6. i’m very fond of astier de villatte candles. i love buying candles in bulk when possible — they look so much nicer together.

7. isabel marant lazio wedge boot

8.  i think flowers are on my every wish list… this flower girl nyc arrangement would make my day!

9. i’ve become enamored with crystals and their healing properties — i would love more pieces for my home. i love these gorgeous calcite, celestite, and uncut tanzanite crystals

10. and last but not least, this awesome proenza schouler beach towel that i can take along on my winter getaway…

laily

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Laily
Contributor, New York City

Laily lives in NYC and began contributing to This is Glamorous in 2011 - interviewing designers for a popular series called Favourite Five. Her background ranges from studying documentary photography at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan to founding Project Flora, a company that works with florists, event planners, and socially-conscious brides and grooms to resell flowers after events, donating a part of the proceeds to charity. She currently runs a digital media and marketing company servicing an array of clients, including Flower Girl NYC and Lushlife Nailworks. Her new column, La Fête, explores trends in the world of event design and planning.
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